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Explore #201: Rooftop CW, London -April 2017

After our brief stopover at a military vehicles graveyard James, Jade and I met up with some other friends for a night of rooftopping down in London… Our Explore It had been quite some time since I’d been out rooftopping, and this proved to be a very enjoyable and adrenaline-filled explore – not to mention physically exhausting! Our target was a huge 60-storey tower block, deep in the heart of London’s business district. Accessing such a site wasn’t easy given…

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Explore #186: King’s Hall Cinema and Methodist Church, Southall, London – June 2016

After our nocturnal adventures rooftopping in central London, we headed to Southall to explore this beautiful derelict church… unfortunately I only managed to take one shot before things went rather wrong! History (rewritten from here) The 3-storey King’s Hall was built in 1916 with a stone and brick facade, designed by architect Sir Alfred Gelder of Hull. It was operated by the Uxbridge and Southall Wesleyan Mission, and screened religious films. By 1926 it was operating as a regular cinema,…

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Explore #185: Rooftop OCP, London -June 2016

Back in the UK after my weeklong roadtrip to Germany and Poland, I popped down to London for a spot of rooftopping at this 18-storey office development in the heart of the City. After scouting the perimeter James, Jade and I identified the most secluded spot to avoid security and cameras, and after some quick climbing and ducking through the site we worked our way to the roof… The top of The Shard was obscured by the rather damp and…

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